Washburn On Hunter, Rivers, Kings, Celtics

Gary Washburn of the Boston Globe has a new column in which he reports and comments on several topics of importance from around the NBA.

  • Washburn touches on the recent controversy around NBPA director Billy Hunter's handling of the union's finances, writing that Hunter has made it clear he has no intention of resigning as union boss.
  • Hornets rookie Austin Rivers has had a rough rookie season, but is trying to remain confident through his struggles, Washburn writes.
  • NBA insiders tell Washburn that although the feeling around the league is that the Kings will ultimately move to Seattle, the commissioner's office has made it clear that the city of Sacramento will have a fair shot at making a competitive offer.
  • The Celtics recently waived Kris Joseph and Jarvis Varnado not because of their play, but because the team was approaching the $74MM hard cap.
  • The Celtics are among the teams interested in Greg Oden, although the former Trail Blazers center is not close to being healthy enough to return to the court.
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One thought on “Washburn On Hunter, Rivers, Kings, Celtics

  1. BenCherrytop

    I still think Rivers could be a solid player, though he’ll never be great on defense. A 6th man type.


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